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Russia says Iran's criticism of Moscow's support for UN sanctions "unacceptable"

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posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 04:49 PM
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Russia says Iran's criticism of Moscow's support for UN sanctions "unacceptable"


www.foxnews.com

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia has rejected Iran's criticism of Moscow's support for United Nations sanctions against Tehran as "unacceptable."

Russia's Foreign Ministry said Monday that Tehran should stop what it described as "irresponsible rhetoric" and take steps to end disagreements on its nuclear program.

On Friday, Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accused Moscow of turning against Tehran and joining the U.S. in spreading lies about its nuclear program, in the latest sign that Iran is drifting apart from a one-time key backer.

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posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 04:49 PM
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I started a thread on here just the other day regarding the comments from Iran about Russia. Well it looks like the Rsukies heard those comments and have a little something to say.

way to go Iran. Piss off your neighbors from the North...stupid move. Im thinking the Mullahs are gonna end up putting a muzzle on Akhmanutjob and his cronies because thier mouths may get in the way.

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posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 05:17 PM
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Such an odd thing for Iran to do..its not like they have the market on alliances cornered. I dont believe their good friends in Venezuala have the capacity to finish their southern reactor facility.

This has caused me pause, as with Russia making comments of this nature it sure seems more and more likely that an attack on their nuke facilities will occur, and soon if they dont resolve this debate with the UN. It doesnt appear that anyone will bat an eye if they are attacked.

Very surprised with President Ineedanutjob's lack of foresight.



posted on Jul, 26 2010 @ 11:09 PM
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Russian-Iranian relations
Russian-Chinese relations
Iranian-Chinese relations.

Its a complex triangle. Play with it a bit and it might yield some answers. Or not.

Other pieces of the puzzle:

-Shiite-Suni tensions (Saudi Arabia and friends are not looking forward to a nuclear Iran)

-Energy needs of other, non-US major powers (India, EU, Japan)


Lotta strands. Lotta strands in the old duder's head here.



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